double \\ ?


#1

using %_directory%\00-%artist%-%album%.m3u as playlist name gets me an unwanted \ in the m3u file:
#EXTM3U
#EXTINF:372,Nightwish - Bless The Child
\01-Nightwish-Bless The Child.mp3
#EXTINF:235,Nightwish - End of All Hope
\02-Nightwish-End of All Hope.mp3
#EXTINF:259,Nightwish - Dead To The World
...
preview of the m3u filename is Nightwish-2002-Bless The Child\\00-Nightwish-Bless The Child.m3u

also in the tag-filename preview it shows two \ after the album for this:
%artist%-%year%-%album%$num("%track%",2)-%artist%-%title%


#2

Thank you for reporting!

This bug was introduced in V.2.17f and is now fixed in V.2.17g.

Best regards,
~ Florian


#3

the problem is still in the export placeholders like %_folderpath% ...


#4

Please paste an export configuration and your results. I can't reproduce it here.

~ Florian


#5

RECORDLINE09=

No Cover!

#6

Just remove the backslash between the placeholder and the cover-filename :slight_smile:

~ Florian


#7

yea that works :slight_smile:
thx
and if i use file:/// in front of the path even firefox displays the pictures :slight_smile:


#8

Maybe the nested breaks Firefox.


#9

i already removed that it neede the file:/// just as it needed this for opening a folder in the browser